Lee County won the Cape Fear Valley Conference's boys' golf championship for the second straight spring, clinching the crown with one league match to spare, Tuesday afternoon at Gates Four Country Club.
After recently collecting his second win of the season for East Carolina, Nick Durazo (Lee County) continued to be a strong presence on the mound, notching his first two saves of the year last week for the Pirates.
Lee Christian's baseball squad will have to figure out what to do with the top of its batting order come next spring, but for Friday afternoon, seniors Brent Godfrey and Jack Burrus
Lee Christian was within 20 minutes of a rivalry win, and a big upset within the recent results of the Lady Falcons' series with neighbor Grace Christian, at Grace Christian Monday afternoon.
Heath Bowers is now Campbell’s winningest pitcher and career strikeout leader as he improved to 27 career victories after striking out nine batters in eight innings of work to defeat Liberty 3-2 last week.
Lee County 4, Asheboro 1
Southwestern Randolph 8, Lee County 7 - 8 innings
St. David's 4, Grace Christian 2
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NCRunners Elite Invitational
Heath Bowers struck out three batters in seven innings of work to defeat Presbyterian 7-2 and in so doing, tied two Campbell University baseball marks.
Alex Scott (2-0) (Lee County), Zach Burke (3-0) (Chatham Central), Chase Fuquay (CC) and Wake Tech Community College cracked the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Top 20 poll
Jordan-Matthews 4, Reidsville 1
Chatham Central 5, Jordan-Matthews 4, 9 innings
Junior pitcher Nick Durazo (Lee County) notched his first win of the season as East Carolina downed Princeton 8-3 last week.
Lee County handily won a Cape Fear Valley Conference golf match at Sanford Golf Course Monday afternoon and Lee County's Walter Brinker won the match medalist honor shooting a one-under par 70.
Campbell pitcher Heath Bowers (Harnett Central) was named the Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball and the Big South Pitcher of the Week
Lee County 6, Western Harnett 5
Southern Lee 6, Jordan-Matthews 0
Harnett Central products Brian Taylor and Heath Bowers (3-0) helped Campbell University extend their winning streak to 10 games last week as the Fighting Camels picked up wins over Elon 12-1 and William & Mary 10-6 and 8-5 before sweeping Bowling Green 4-2, 9-4 and 4-2.
Mark Riches (Grace Christian) was named the 2015 Bible College National Invitational Tournament MVP
Campbell first baseman Chandler Patterson (Lee County) garnered awards for her performance on the field as she was named the Big South Conference Choice Hotels Softball Player of the Week and
Tuesday, Feb. 17
Big Eight Conference Tournament first round
Union Pines 59, Gray's Creek 31
Lee Christian's Hoops for Hope Night was a big success for the fourth straight year
Lee Christian won the Triangle Middle School Conference boys basketball tournament on its home court Saturday afternoon.
NCHSAA 3A Dual Team State Tournament